Confluence Board honors staff for 5, 10 years of service
Confluence Board honors staff for 5, 10 years of service
Posted on 01/25/2013
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The Board of Directors of Confluence Charter Schools recognized staff for years of service at the January meeting.

 

Sonya Henry, Board chair, presented service awards for five and 10 years of service to teachers, staff, security and administrative staff.

 

Five year honorees include:

Aisha Allen, second grade teacher, Old North

Rochelle Bates, social worker, Old North

Deborah Hoechst, sixth grade teacher, Old North

Sherry Jones, music teacher, Old North

Heather Kristof, physical education teacher, Old North

LaKisha Martin, data owner, Old North

Brianne Nelp, second grade teacher, Old North

Kent Obermeier, Title I teacher, Old North

Peggy Romer, first grade teacher, Old North

Sara Sielfleisch, second grade teacher, Old North

Pearlie Smith, kindergarten teacher, Old North

La’shawn Thomas, first grade teacher, Old North

Frank Watson, special education teacher, Old North

Debra Weaver, academy director, Old North
Brittany Whitfield, third grade teacher, Old North

Gregory Hill, e-learning/assessment specialist, Resource Office

Jan Antrim, Title I teacher, South City

Ebony Campbell, student support manager, South City

Maria Casaleggi, fourth grade teacher, South City

Ashley Clarke, second grade teacher, South City

Sarah Thornton, social worker, South City

Sharon Thornton, teacher, English Language Learners, South City

Jennifer Williams, special education teacher, South City

Roy Robinson, security officer, Confluence Preparatory Academy

Leonard Holloway, physical education teacher, Confluence Preparatory Academy

 

10 year honorees include:

Ameenah Reed, student support manager, Old North

Leslie Sanford, math coach, Old North

Bradley Slinkard, physical education teacher, Old North

 

Confluence Charter Schools opened its first school in 2003 at the Old North campus. The Walnut Park campus opened in 2004, followed by South City in 2006. Confluence Preparatory Academy opened in 2008 at the South City campus, and then moved to its current location in 2009. Grand Center Arts Academy opened in 2010.


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SMILE!- Five and 10 year honorees gather in tight after receiving service pins at the Board of Directors meeting.